Another bank rep has gotten the boot from FINRA.

Chaz Thomas Partosan, a former rep registered with J.P. Morgan Securities in New Rochelle, New York, was barred from the industry on Wednesday for allegedly stealing $1,002 from bank customers by illicitly using their debit cards, according to a FINRA disciplinary filing.

FINRA sanctions former JPMorgan rep for alleged false claims about fraudulent credit card charges.

Partosan made seven unauthorized ATM withdrawals and used the funds to pay personal expenses, FINRA charged. He also allegedly made one unauthorized purchase with the debit cards.

FINRA claimed Partosan obtained the debit cards while performing his duties as a bank employee.

Partosan could not be reached for comment. In his settlement with FINRA, Partosan neither admitted nor denied the charges but consented to an entry of the regulator's findings.

Partosan worked for both J.P. Morgan Securities and J.P. Morgan Chase Bank from January 2016 to June 2016, according to BrokerCheck records. He also worked briefly for retail and institutional broker-dealer Aegis Capital after leaving J.P. Morgan.

Michael Fusco, a spokesman for Chase Wealth Management, declined to comment on the matter.

Partosan is the second bank rep barred this year. David Jeremy Welty, a former Wells Fargo registered rep, was expelled last week for allegedly stealing $8,700 from an account he opened at Wells Fargo for a memorial fund.

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